Nothing left to do but feed the Kangaroos…

E-mailed from a close friend of mine…

Left-wing radio is pitting the Dems in the House by pointing out this problem is from Secretary Henry Paulson himself. Paulson, came out of the box, demanding $700 Billion with no oversight, no restrictions (such as some tawdry thing called the US Constitution) and an insistence that he’s an “Honest Dewd!”.

The rebellious Democrats are weirdly in-synch with the rebellious Republicans, and I’m in league with them. Last Tuesday, Senate Majority Leader Henry Reid was front and center on the Ed Shultz Show stunning everybody by asking the simple question:

“Where is the US Dept of Justice in all of this mess?!? We have Anti-Trust Laws being broke everywhere with this mess and nobody from the DOJ is responding at all!!”

Whew! Thank God! Somebody had to ask that question..!

Two days later, the FBI was out en mass with their magnifying glasses and calabash-pipes asking questions on Wall Street with a thick British accents.

Bush’s “Good Old Boy” network is prepping to leave office while Ben Bernanke and Hank Paulson approached this debacle by demanding what GW Bush has been doing for seven years: “Give me your money and don’t you dare ask what I want to do with it!”

It’s obvious you Silly Dolts: If a Republican politician makes these demands, it’s okay! Give him the money!! But if you’re not an elected official: “Buyer Beware!”

Republicans are stereotyped as the “money-makers”: the “Exchangers”, the business owners and the capitalists! And while Democrats are dittoed as the “geeks”: The academics, the odd-socks, and the liberal-intellectuals;

A $700 Billion welfare check to bail out fat-boys in New York, NY bodes poorly with both parties.

Either direction you ask: The Financial Fall-Out is nothing less than what Ma and Pa Kettle faced during the Great Depression Times:

Michele Bachmann ran a vicious campaign against Patty Whetterling crabbing and crying about the overdose of government regulations and Washington oversight! Bachmann just hates government involvement in a capitalist market!

But, that’s only partially true. Congresswoman Skank only hates the Federal Government when she appears to be a GW Bush whore in the Minneapolis Star-Trib last Saturday:

How We Got Into This Mess

I’ll invite you to read the article. It’s a fiery piece that demands attention to the “Average Joe Turnip”. Yet, while you read her piece, pay close attention for Congresswoman Bachmann’s demand for Federal oversight, Federal regulation, and Federal watch-dog reporting.

Hint: You won’t find it. It’s nothing more than a despicable cry-baby crabbing tirade.

UPDATE: Republican House Minority Leader Boehner ran out front and center immediately after the vote and complained that they were hurt after hearing House Speaker Nancy Pilosi’s speech. He whined that her speech “poisoned” the Republican party because she was so harsh on them.

“I do believe that we could have gotten there today, had it not been for the partisan speech that the Speaker gave on the floor of the House,” Boehner said. “We put everything we had into getting the vote to get there today.” Boehner added, however, that lawmakers have “no choice” but to work together and would have to find “a middle ground to bring enough votes to avert a crisis.”

Minnesota Congresswoman Bachmann, ran out immediately after the collapse vote and said (with a stiff upper-lip):

“I want to assure you that was not the case. We are not babies who suck our thumbs. We have very principled reasons for voting no.”

So as you can see – their involvement had nothing to do with the Average Joe Turnip on the street. They’re just there to insist Democrats always make them feel warm and squishy inside.

h/t dKos

I’m sorry… I’m rushing you. Are you still watching Ma and Paw Kettle working out the fraction-math debacle?!?! Yes, I know: GWB ran those same rambunctious fractions in front of the American public eight years ago and we weren’t paying attention then either.

It’s gotcha by the short-hairs that you’re paying attention now, isn’t it…

The American public is left with the same: Capitalism won’t correct itself. Re-hashing Ronald Reagan’s famous quote: “The Government isn’t part of the problem: Republicans are the problem!”

…Jump you fuckers! Jump!!

We’re all standing down here on the sidewalks hoping to see you’re brains and your guts splattered all over the concrete!

Unlike the unfortunate victims of 9-1-1, watching Wall Street Execs jump will be sporting for all of us! We’re already poor and we’re already homeless! …what else do we have to lose?!

Watching you fuckers splatter is more fun than the French enjoyed during their own Revolution.

Viva La Baseball!!!!

One Response

  1. I maintain that the main republican objection is to the partial nationalization of the financial banking industry. Something I have absolutely no problem with. It is in fact the only way we will get some regulation and accountability back into the industry.

    The Dems did a great job of taking the Bush plan and making it reasonable but they couldn’t rally the troops either.

    Ironically WaMu has a great commercial with that pen of old stuff banker about to jump off a building… if only.

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